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Oystex by Jetty

We are stoked to introduce our new Oystex fabric coming AUGUST 2020!  We’ve taken our commitment to clean waterways to the next level by developing an innovative material that combines ground up oyster shells with recycled polyester to create a soft, breathable fabric without limiting stretch, durability or comfort. Oystex boasts anti-odor, anti-static, and insulating properties and diverts two different materials from the waste stream, lessening the ecological impact of each Oystex offering. ⁠⠀⁠⠀From the coast. For the coast. COMING AUGUST 2020!⁠ #OystexByJetty ⁠⠀  Read More...

Earth Day 2020

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, has it ever been more evident that we hold the keys to better our environment?  We have always been an eco-conscious brand, but in full transparency, what we were working on before COVID-19 was a plan which called for more sustainability.  Thankfully, we have a decent head start with sound practices in our own production facility at Jetty Ink, attention to detail along the rest of our supply chain and a growing Oyster Recycling Program.  We're proud of what we accomplish day in and day out, but we know that we can always... Read More...

Let's Shell-a-brate!

Saturday, October 12, 2019 marks the date of our 2nd Annual LBT Shellabration!  This event is a fundraiser for our Oyster Recycling Program which allows us to collect used shell and get it back into the Barnegat Bay.  Long Beach Township, Parson's Seafood / Mariculture and Stockton Marine Science have been tremendous partners in building this LBI Region-based initiative.  Putting shell back into the Bay increases the chance of natural set and has many additional uses which all promote a better environment both in and out of the water ~ come eat, drink, slurp and learn more! Shellabration Facebook Event Page... Read More...

NJ Surfing HOF Surfer Awards

We're honored to be one of the nominees for the NJ Surfing Hall of Fame's Environmental Steward award!  We've spent a lot of time and resources on our environment, from Harvey/Maria/Irma recovery to beautification initiatives to the use of Eco printing processes, and most recently through our Oyster Recycling Program.  We hope you can join us at the Tuckerton Seaport on Friday, July 13th from 6-9pm with a gang of surfers dedicated to our community!       Read More...

#PEFF2018

We're honored to have been selected for the Princeton Environmental Film Festival!  The Oyster Farmers will screen on April 15th at 11am in the Community Room at the Princeton Public Library.  The schedule is packed with 26 wonderful eco-minded films which screen over 8 days  from April 8th to April 15th, so if you are in the Princeton (NJ) area, then be sure to absorb a few of them! Read More...

Plastic Bag Bans

Above: Photo Ryan Morrill courtesy The SandPaper We're proud to announce that much of our birthplace and stomping grounds will be plastic bag free in 2018!  Long Beach Township once again started an important trend by being the first municipality in the LBI Region to ban single use plastic bags (5/1/18).  LBT was also the first to initiate oyster shell recycling last year and has been an important partner.  Harvey Cedars (as of 6/1/18) & Stafford Twp. (pending approval) have followed suit with this important step in protecting our environment.  We'll be producing some reusable Jetty totes this Summer to support the movement!... Read More...

The Oyster Farmers World Premiere

We are proud to announce the official launch of our documentary, The Oyster Farmers, on Friday, July 21, 2017 at the Stafford Township Arts Center!  Supporting this film has led us in an amazing new direction with our Oyster Recycling Program and continued dedication to bay stewardship.  We'll also be screening the film on 7/26 at the LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences.  Tickets for both screenings are available for pre-purchase on our website.  Grab a seat while they are available! Here is some more information about our Oyster Recycling Program... Read More...